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#12653774 - 03/01/18 02:30 PM Amistad
Jesse B Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 04/28/12
Posts: 9
Loc: Boerne, TX
I have had a house on Amistad for 2 years and only get to fish sparingly with toddlers in the boat. The only white bass fishing I have seen that is consistent is up the Rio Grand arm and our place is in Rough Canyon. If anyone can give me some advice here or via PM it would be appreciated in regards to fishing the East side of the lake for white bass/stripers or crappie for that matter. I know all 3 species are there but I'm fumbling.

Thanks in advance

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#12654863 - 03/02/18 08:32 AM Re: Amistad [Re: Jesse B]
medinaD Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 08/11/10
Posts: 148
Loc: Medina County, Texas
Please share if you get any info, I'm planning a trip later this month for the same thing in Rough Canyon/Devils area. I would also be interested for info up the Pecos.
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#12655607 - 03/02/18 04:45 PM Re: Amistad [Re: Jesse B]
tmd11111 Offline
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Registered: 04/30/17
Posts: 734
Loc: San Angelo
I know its not on the east side but Good Enough Springs produces whites and stripers consistently through late spring.

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